Personal Injury

Hopkins Law – Personal Injury Lawyer In Erie, PA

Back Injuries | Fractures | Paralysis | And More

If you have been hurt in an accident, through no fault of your own, you are entitled to seek financial compensation from the at-fault party. As your experienced trial attorney in Erie, North East, and Corry, PA., Damon C. Hopkins will fight to see that you receive the best recovery possible to compensate for your pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages.

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The Personal Injury Attorney that Erie, PA Trusts

Have you been seriously hurt in an accident? If so, you need an experienced litigation attorney. Let Damon C. Hopkins put his years of experience handling jury trials to work for you. The insurance companies have one goal in mind, that is to keep as much of their money away from you as possible. Attorney Hopkins will fight to make sure you get every dollar that you deserve to compensate you for the pain, suffering, discomfort, lost wages, expenses, and aggravation that comes from being seriously hurt in an accident.

Personal injury cases can occur from nearly any type of accident. Before accepting a case, Attorney Hopkins will learn the fine details of your situation and determine if you have grounds for pursuing legal action. If you do, Attorney Hopkins will explain every step of the process, go over your injury rights, work with your doctors to be sure you’re getting the care you need, and actively help you through every stage of your injury claim.

What’s considered a Personal Injury?

Provided below is a general list of common injuries or conditions that may lead to a personal injury case:


  • Amputations

  • Back Injuries

  • Burns

  • Comas

  • Death

  • Fractures

  • Head Injuries

  • Neck Injuries

  • Paralysis

  • Scars

  • Spine Injuries

  • And more

At Damon Hopkins Law, if we never recover any money, you don’t owe me anything for my legal services. Call my office today to schedule a free consultation on your personal injury case.